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Military Rifles for sale

  items as of 28 July 2021, updated 28 July 2021  

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HUNGARIAN Model 48M Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # DB7831 (7.62x54R) mfg. by FÉG (factory code 02) in 1952. Excellent-PLUS condition (essentially UNISSUED) with perfect bluing on all metal parts and a mirror-bright bore (NOT counterbored at muzzle). All matching serial numbers. Includes cleaning rod, has modern German proofs on left side of barrel. Streaked beech buttstock has only a couple of minor scuffs but otherwise totally pristine. While Hungarian PU snipers are quite scarce, regular Hungarian 91/30-type rifles like this one are extremely rare. An UNIMPROVABLE museum-quality example, worthy of the FINEST COLLECTION. PHOTOS . . . $1950.     C&R

SWEDISH Model 94 Mauser bolt-action carbine # 27024 (6.5x55), mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1904 with bent bolt and lacking bayonet lug. Excellent condition, with 90% or better bluing on all major parts. Has strong markings and a mirror-bright and strong bore.  All-matching serial numbers (024) except rear barrel-band (689). Walnut stock & handguard has dents, scuffs and handling-marks from service use with a 1/2" x 1 1/2" arsenal repair at bottom of forend. Brass unit-disk set into right side of stock, includes sling buckle. Rare without provision for bayonet. PHOTOS . . . $1195.   C&R 

U.S.A. Model 1903 Springfield bolt-action rifle # 1437772 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in 1934 with replacement High Standard barrel marked H.S. 5-44.   Excellent or better condition with all external bluing remaining, bore is extremely strong and mirror-bright (TE =1.5, ME = 1.0). Includes front sight-hood and leather sling. Stock has some dings and scrapes (and lightly scratched initials) but no cracks, last 4 digits of serial number stamped on right side. Not import-marked.   PHOTOS . . . $1125.    C&R    

SWEDISH Model 94 Mauser bolt-action carbine # 5427 (6.5x55), mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1898 with bent bolt and lacking bayonet lug. Excellent condition, with 95% or better bluing on all major parts. Has strong markings and a mirror-bright and strong bore.  All-matching serial numbers (427) except rear barrel-band (575) and rear sight (989), front nose-cap has extension to increase barrel-length to 18" (required to be legal until 1986). Two small holes drilled & tapped for scope mount on right side of receiver (filled in with small screws, virtually unnoticeable). Beech stock & handguard has very few handling marks. Includes sling buckle.  Extremely attractive, rare without provision for bayonet, and rarer yet with an antique receiver. PHOTOS . . . $1295.  Antique, no FFL required   

CHILEAN Model 1912 Mauser bolt-action infantry rifle # B4913 (originally 7x57mm, rechambered by the Chileans to 7.62x51 NATO) mfg. by Waffenfabrik Steyr in 1912.  Excellent condition, with 95% bluing (including receiver) and a very strong mirror-bright bore. All serialized metal parts matching.  Mismatched stock (all rechambered 7.62 rifles have mismatched wood) has original finish with many handling marks in the 109-year interim, 1912-dated cartouche on left side. Missing cleaning-rod (went AWOL when rechambered)PHOTOS . . . . $850.    C&R   

TURKISH Model 98/22 Mauser bolt-action rifle # A1712 (8x57) mfg. by Brno in 1923. Excellent condition, with 93% or better bluing remaining on all external metal. Bore is extremely bright and strong, bolt mismatched, but all other stamped numbered parts match receiver. The only indication of its Turkish service is the rear sight (which is calibrated with Arabic numerals instead of Western numerals). Walnut stock and handguard have some minor scratches and dings but no cracks. Completely functional, includes cleaning-rod.  PHOTOS . . . $495.    C&R   SOLD

SPANISH Model 1921 Destroyer bolt-action carbine # 34593 (9x23 Largo) mfg. by Ayra Duria in 1962 (Eibar date-code H1).  Excellent condition with 90% bluing throughout. Has a sharp mirror-bore, only numbers on bolt are 154. Stock is of pistol-grip type with quite a few scuffs from actual use. Includes one 7-round magazine (more available cheap). PHOTOS . . . $575.   C&R   

GERMAN Model Karbine 88 bolt-action Commission carbine # 8768(8x57mm) mfg. by C.G. Haenel, Suhl in 1890. Very Good or better condition, receiver is "in the white" with S-marked bore and has developed a pleasing patina over the past 130+ years. All matching serial numbers, has spoon-handled bolt and the bore is quite nice. Buttstock is original walnut that has a repaired crack in the wrist (repaired from below with several small tacks, see photo). Barrel-band unit-marked L.G.176. on right side. Retains barrel-jacket and nose-cap. Not import-marked, extremely attractive.  PHOTOS . . . $975.    Antique, no FFL required 

  BRITISH Long Lee Enfield Mk.I bolt-action rifle # 2323 (.303 British) mfg. by Birmingham Small Arms in 1896. Very Good or better condition with mostly full (but faded) blued finish remaining. Top of replacement barrel knox-form marked E, retains it magazine cut-off as well as front volley sight, rear sight leaf has been removed and rear volley sight replaced with Parker Hale PM15 aperture sight for match competition (about a hundred years ago). Bolt number and barrel not matching, bore is very bright and strong.  Handguard missing, rear sling swivel has been relocated closer to grip, stock is very sound. Not import marked, but was imported from ENZEX in New Zealand by previous owner in 2005 as an antique. PHOTOS . . . $1425.  Antique, no FFL required

These Long Lees came directly from New Zealand and were replaced in British Army service during the early 1910's with "modern" SMLE rifles and decommissioned.
Most were sold to the public after the Great War and slightly altered as match target rifles by adding very high-quality aperture sights (greatly increasing their sight radius
and thus accuracy). These rare and fascinating items are seldom offered for sale, and we are fortunate to have recently acquired two collections that contained quite a few of them.

  BRITISH Long Lee Enfield Mk.I* bolt-action rifle # 2866A (.303 British) mfg. by Enfield in 1896. Very Good or better condition with mostly full (but faded) blued finish remaining. Top of replacement barrel knox-form marked H, retains it magazine cut-off. Bolt number not matching, bore is very bright and strong. Barrel shortened 4 inches to comply with Commonwealth NRA regulations for rifle matches in Australia.  Handguard present,  magazine cut-off as well as front volley sight are intact, rear sight leaf has been removed and rear volley sight replaced with Central No.4 aperture sight for match competition (about a hundred years ago). N^Z (New Zealand) and rack numbers stamped on buttplate. Not import marked, but was imported from ENZEX in New Zealand by previous owner in 2005 as an antique. PHOTOS . . . $1350.  Antique, no FFL required

  BRITISH Long Lee Enfield Mk.I* bolt-action rifle # 9913T (.303 British) mfg. by Enfield in 1896. Very Good or better condition with mostly full (but faded) blued finish remaining. It still has its magazine cut-off as well as front volley sight, rear sight leaf has been retained and rear volley sight replaced with MUES aperture sight for match competition (about a hundred years ago). Bolt number not matching, bore is very bright and strong. Barrel shortened 4 inches to comply with Commonwealth NRA regulations for rifle matches in Australia.  Handguard present, stock is very sound with HG 5/1902 stamped on right side, N^Z (New Zealand) stamped on buttplate. Not import marked, but was imported from ENZEX in New Zealand by previous owner in 2005 as an antique. PHOTOS . . . $1250.  Antique, no FFL required

  BRITISH Lee Enfield Mk.II bolt-action carbine # 4999 (.303 British) mfg. by Birmingham Small Arms in 1900, as a Long Lee Mk.I* rifle, forend shortened to a carbine length around 1914. Very Good or better condition with mostly full (but faded) blued finish remaining. Has replacement 1914-dated carbine barrel with magazine cut-off and short (6 round) carbine magazine.   Bolt number and barrel not matching, bore is very bright and strong.  Handguard missing, forend of stock has diagonal splice, butt has vivid tigerstripe figure.  N^Z (New Zealand) stamped on left side of receiver and on buttplate (along with rack numbers). Includes reproduction wide leather sling.  Not import marked. PHOTOS . . . $825.  C&R  

  POLISH Model wz48 Mosin-Nagant single-shot bolt-action training rifle # BR3626 (.22 LR) mfg. by Radom in 1955. Very Good or better condition with 85% bluing on all metal parts and an excellent mirror-bright and strong bore. Bolt numbered 3626 (matching), buttplate stamped BR3626. wood has some handling-marks and light scratches and a very thin non-crtitical crack of right side.  PHOTOS . . . . $400.  C&R   

  SWISS Model 96/11 Schmidt-Rubin infantry rifle # 245512 (7.5x55mm) mfg. by Waffenfabrik Bern in 1899. Excellent condition, with 96% bluing intact on all metal parts. All-matching serial numbers including magazine. Bore is mirror-bright and extremely strong. Subtle tigerstriped walnut stock and handguard has original finish with a few minor handling marks and a scrape on left side, BERN stamped on top. Not import marked. PHOTO . . . $575.  C&R



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